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Malty Mini Egg Crunch Bars

Malty Mini Egg Crunch
You've given up chocolate for Lent?... then this recipe probably isn't for you - it contains nearly half a kilo of the stuff! But my goodness it is SO GOOD.

There's been quite a lot of Creme Egg love in the blogosphere over the last few weeks, so not wanting Mini Eggs to be forgotten completely, I thought I'd develop this yummy malty mini egg crunch bar. It's got 3 types of chocolate (dark, milk and white), Maltesers, Mini Eggs and digestive biscuits all bound together with copious amounts of butter and syrup. I don't think I need to tell you it is absolutely yum (as well as very naughty) and I'm sure would go down well at a charity bake sale or birthday party tea.

Malty Mini Egg Crunch
The ingredients listed below make 16 squares in a 20x20cm tin but the recipe could easily be doubled if you are catering for a crowd. Once made they are best kept in the fridge until you want them and will last for up to 2 weeks in an air tight container.

 It's a super easy treat to make and a great one for the kids to help with! My lot always enjoy bashing up the biscuits with a rolling pin...and then there's licking out the bowl afterwards. Luckily there are plenty of bowls to lick!

Why don't you have a go this weekend - it might be detrimental to the diet but when it tastes this good who cares?

Malty Mini Egg Crunch


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Malty Mini Egg Crunch Bars
Malty Mini Egg Crunch Bars
A malty mini egg tiffin type bar with mini eggs, maltesers and lots and lots of chocolate. Perfect for Easter.
  • 150g Digestive Biscuits, crushed
  • 88g packet of Maltesers
  • 90g pack of Mini Eggs
  • 100g Milk Chocolate
  • 100g Dark Chocolate
  • 100g Butter
  • 2 TBSP Syrup
  • 2 TBSP Cocoa Powder
  • For the topping:
  • 100g Milk Chocolate
  • 100g Dark Chocolate
  • 16 Mini Eggs
  • 50g White Chocolate, for drizzling
Step 1: Line a 20x20cm baking tin with clingfilm so it comes right up the sides.Step 2: In a microwave melt together the milk and dark chocolate, syrup and butter. Stir in the cocoa and set aside.Step 3: In a large bowl place the crushed digestives, maltesers and mini eggs. Pour over the melted chocolate mixture. Stir until combined then press down into the baking tin. Pop in the fridge whilst you get on with the topping.Step 4: In the microwave melt together the milk and dark chocolate. Pour over the top, smooth and place 16 mini eggs on the top (so each square you cut will have one mini egg on top). Return to fridge.Step 5: Finally melt the white chocolate and drizzle over the top of the bars. Leave then in the fridge overnight before cutting into squares.

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Yield 16 squares

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  1. yes please - I could eat a lot of this given half the chance lol x


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